Speciality: Diagnostic Imaging Technologist
Diagnostic imaging technologists are radiological technologists that operate radiographic and other equipment to produce images of the human body for the diagnosis of disease and injury.
Completion of a two- to three-year college, hospital or other approved program in diagnostic radiography or a bachelor of health sciences in radiography and a period of supervised practical training are required. Licensure with a regulatory body is required in all provinces. Certification by the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists may be required. Experience as a medical radiation technologist is required for supervisors and instructors.